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|1.||"The Seventh Seal" (4:58)|
|2.||"Get That" (4:34)|
|2.||"In Flux" (4:10)|
Barcelona's Polybius Trax: acid sounds in different styles. This time around they have called upon one of the true warriors of the 303 underground in the form of Craig Stainton. The veteran producer has created retro flavoured jams under aliases such as Acid Phreex, Craig Monofonix and Myriadd with York's Perseus Traxx since 2005, on labels as diverse as Djax Up Beats and The Bunker. Starting off the with hyper aware Roland squelch of "The Seventh Seal" and reduced jack DJ tool "Get That" which works that old vintage drum machine like a you know what. On the flip, he provides some tunnelling peak time warehouse arsenal in the form of "Mindstream" while "In Flux" takes it cues as much from the naughty Windy City style of booty-house as much as it does from the classic Phuturist strains - and there's some pretty epic use of glide and resonance in this particular little gem.
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